The board of directors of ISA SIGN Expo 2021 announced ISA Sign Expo 2021 will go completely virtual, taking place over its scheduled dates of April 7-9. The board stated: “We continue to closely monitor the ongoing developments with the coronavirus and the related effects of it. While the opening of the event is not for a few months, we must make decisions now about whether ISA can host an in-person event. Given the current state of the pandemic, we believe that the only solution will be for ISA Sign Expo 2021 to become a fully virtual event taking place over the same dates, April 7-9, 2021.
Mediaclip is among the 110 companies included in the Women’s Business Awards presented by theCaisse de dépôt et placement du Québec on the occasion of the launch of its Première en affaires magazine on Jan. 26, 2021. This initiative is carried out in collaboration with the Women of Scotiabank initiative and Inno-Center, the John Molson School of Management at Concordia University, with the support of BDC, Femmessor, E&Y and Léger, and the participation of the Ordre des CPA du Québec and the Réseau des Femmes d’affaires of Quebec.
Sony Electronics Inc. announced long-time executive Neal Manowitz will be promoted to president and COO for Sony Electronics Inc North America effective April 1, 2021. Mike Fasulo, who has led Sony’s Electronics operations in North America for the past seven years will be retiring, after serving 37 years with the company.
MAC Group announced Ron Howell will be the Southwest Regional Business Manager across all of the MAC Group brands covering lighting and grip, bags, tripods, software and accessories, and audio. He ran a wedding and portrait business for ten years, while also being an influential force in the sales consulting industry throughout the Southeast since 1994.
Picsolve International Ltd,, the supplier of photography services to theme parks and attractions, announced Roy Kishor was appointed chairman of the board of directors and a non-executive director, via Blooloop.
Snap Inc. reported fourth-quarter revenue jumped 62% to $911 million, while the net loss declined from $241 million to $113 million. For the year, the company shaved its loss to $945 million from $1 billion, on sales of $2.5 billion.
Xerox reported fourth-quarter revenue of $1.930 billion, up 9.2 percent or 8.5 percent in constant currency compared to quarter 3 and down 21.0 percent or 22.3 percent in constant currency year-on-year.